Museumsufer

Museumsufer

The embankment to the southern sections of the Main River in Frankfurt is referred as the Museumsufer, as it is also called the Museum Embankment. Owing to large concentration of museums found at this place, this site has taken the name of Museumsufer. The Museumsufer stretches between that of the Friedensbrücke bridge spotted in the […]

Städel

Städel

Officially referred to as the Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, the Städel is an art museum found in Frankfurt am Main, as it takes pride in holding one of the prime collections in Germany. The Städel boasts of 2700 paintings, a collection embracing 10000 drawings, 600 sculptures as well as prints.

Liebieghaus

Liebieghaus

The late 19th century villa of Liebieghaus houses the Städtische Galerie Liebieghaus, which is a municipal sculpture collection and is a part of Museumsufer. The Liebieghaus had been erected in the year 1896, which had been erected for Baron Heinrich von Lieberg, the Bohemian textile manufacturer, and this palatial retirement home was built along the […]

Frankfurt Jewish Museum

Frankfurt Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum found in Frankfurt throws light on the culture and history of the Jewish communities of this region from the 12th century to the 20th century. The Museum Judengasse is another branch of Jewish Museum, found at a separate location. The Jewish Museum got initiated during the year 1988, and the museum features […]

Frankfurter Kunstverein Art Museum

Frankfurter Kunstverein Art Museum

The art museum of Frankfurter Kunstverein was founded in the year 1829 through the efforts of some influential citizens of Frankfurt. The objective of this art museum was to play a supporting role to the blooming of arts in the city, which had been significant center of business and trade. Art works were bought and […]

Goethe House

Goethe House

Located in the old town of Frankfurt am Main, the Goethe House was the place where the Goethe family had resided. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born at the Goethe House in 1749, and lived at this place until the time he moved to Leipzig for studying law.